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post #19 of 22
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Originally Posted by Longleftthumb View Post

 

It depends what effect crossing the line has on your transition, your down swing and ultimately your impact. 

 

Correct, some guys drop too far in, some guy separate the elbows and steepen the shaft. 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Reval14 View Post


So if you strike the ball good, it's besides of esthetics nothing bad. And you are right, I tend to stand up out of my address position. Do you know a good drill to work on that?
 

 

 

post #20 of 22
Just make your backswing abit shorter and just rip it on the follow through that is what works when you have limited flexibility
post #21 of 22
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Originally Posted by spkgolfer View Post

Just make your backswing abit shorter and just rip it on the follow through that is what works when you have limited flexibility

 

Who said he had limited flexibility? 

post #22 of 22
@mvmac incase if he has limited flexibility is what I meant though ..he doesn't seem to be rotating that well so that is what made me think that he has limited flexibility though the it's clearly showing that his swing plane is quite inside the line but still the problem seem more of the rotation than of of the swing plane
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